25 May 2012

Nene Leakes Spills The Tea On “Real Housewives Of Atlanta” Season 5!

Filming for season 5 of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” has begun, but NeNe Leakes said she hasn’t met the alleged new addition, Kenya Moore.

“I don’t know where all those rumors came from. I haven’t seen her,” NeNe told Wendy Williams, asserting that she doesn’t even know the beauty queen.

The ‘very rich’ reality star added that she’s not even sure if friend Marlo Hampton will be a part of the new season. Strange, being that the two appeared to be so close in season 4.

Regardless of everyone else’s plans, NeNe assured that she would be there in full force for season 5, despite her new acting job on new NBC series, “The New Normal.”

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08 Feb 2012

Fab Movie: The Last Fall Starring Lance Gross

The Last Fall tells the story of KYLE BISHOP, played by Lance Gross, a 25 year-old budding NFL star who suddenly finds himself out of work, penniless and with no idea what to do next. Like many unemployed, ex-pros, Bishop returns home where he reconnects with his family and tries to rekindle old flames with his high school sweetheart, FAITH DAVIS, played by Nicole Beharie.

After a cold reception Kyle eventually finds his way back into Faith’ life and heart. Soon Kyle decides to permanently sever his ties with football and start a new life with Faith and her son, VON.

But just when he settles into a new job and a loving life with Faith, he receives a lucrative offer from a NFL team. Suddenly the father of Faith’s son RELL, reappears and tries to win back Faith. Once again, Kyle is torn and doesn’t know which path to follow.

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01 Feb 2012

Christina Milian Dishes On New Job At “The Voice”!

Wetpaint Entertainment: So why exactly is social media important to The Voice?

Christina Milian: The Voice had the most social media engagement last year, more than American Idol, Glee, or other such musical shows.

Because while the show is going on, the coaches are actually tweeting the whole time, and fans are getting all the one-on-one, day-to-day and moment-to-moment information, which is pretty awesome.

I get to be an added value to that, and bring exclusive videos of behind-the-scenes footage. And then, when I do my interviews with everyone, I get to go a little bit deeper. It’s fun because it’s a little different when I do interviews, because as a musician, people respect me differently — like, “We’re friends so let’s just talk.”
So I actually get a lot more information that the fans will love. I’m doing all the show’s Facebook stuff — I’ve been blogging for NBC, and a lot of that stuff is about to come out, too.

So if someone tweets to The Voice, is it literally you typing back?
Yes! It’s my own fingers doing the typing — no publicist. I have my blackberry in hand 24/7. If I’m not carrying the blackberry, I’m carrying my iPad. And they gave me this tablet from Sprint. I’m on everything you can think of.
That’s a lot of work. Social media is the job that never ends.

It is. But I was already on top of that. I think that’s why they brought me on. I was already doing social media so much, period. They saw that I’m that way anyway about my own music and career, so imagine if I got involved with The Voice, with how detailed I am about everything. And the fans love the social media part. It brings them content that’s more exclusive and cool.

Do you have any estimates of how much social media has helped your own fan base?

I couldn’t necessarily give numbers, but I know there are fans who have been there — and I know who they are — since day 1 of my career. Those are the people who have been die-hards for me, who remember videos and the chats that we did at the beginning of the Internet — before Facebook, when we had AOL chat rooms and dial-up.

I was involved in that stuff early on. It really helps with a career in music. Now you can stream music videos. You upload a YouTube video and next thing you know you get a record deal. Look at Justin Bieber, or Rebecca Black.

Will it be frustrating for you to be on a music show but not in a musical capacity?

No. Actually, not performing is probably building up my nerves. Because I feel there’s a lot of pressure these people are under, and a lot of fans watching. So by the time it’s my turn, I’ll be ready.
Wait, so you do think you will have a turn to sing?
I think I will. At least that was one of the incentives they gave me, when I got onto the show. I was like cool, I’ll do it!

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05 Jan 2012

Robert Townsend Presents Diary of a Single Mom + Trailer!


In the center of a storm is Ocean (Monica Calhoun), a 27-year old highly-motivated mother who manages a neighborhood apartment building and all of the problems that come along with it.

Managing the building is a dream come true for Ocean. Not only has she secured a job with a title, but also managed to escape her family’s problems and the closet-sized bedroom she and her two children used to share in her mother’s house. Now, Ocean is juggling a new job, a new home furnished with only cardboard boxes, a niece who hates everything, her own two children and the needs of all the other tenants. DIARY OF A SINGLE MOM illuminates the challenges and triumphs of three women struggling to create lives that not only sustain them and their families, but also inspire others toward more action and compassion in their own lives.

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06 Dec 2011

Gayle King Calling Wendy Williams A Liar?!

Talk show diva, Wendy Williams, got really excited on her show last Wednesday when she told her audience members Oprah sent her a personal letter stating that she and Gayle King’s relationship were just dandy. This came after speculation that the two were feuding because Gayle is leaving Oprah’s OWN channel for the CBS morning news show.
Williams even showed the letter.
But on Friday on the Tom Joyner radio show, King said Oprah never sent a letter.

“The letter that I heard Wendy read — I didn’t see it — I know Oprah never wrote a letter to Wendy,” King told Joyner. “I said, ‘I’m getting all these messages that you wrote a letter to Wendy,’ and she goes, ‘Gayle, you know more than anybody knows that that’s not true,’ number one.”

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